The Halo Effect: The Superpower of Beautiful People
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This content is about the halo effect, which is a phenomenon where people associate unrelated qualities to someone or something that appears to shine in a particular way. It was first identified by the American psychologist Frederick Wells in 1907 and was then studied by the psychologist Edward Thorndike. The content also discusses how the halo effect can affect people in work, school or public life and suggests ways to avoid it. Finally, the content encourages viewers to share their thoughts and ideas about the halo effect in the comments section and informs them that the video is licensed under the Creative Commons.
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